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evening nur.i.wriN. Honolulu, h. t monday, august 19,
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at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
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WALLACE II. I-'AIUttNtlTON... Editor
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Al'OVST 10. moi
The Advertlftr hni been glen full
oppoitunlt) to ptoc the superiorly of
Its circulation ami has utterly failed.
HAWAII HIIOULD CD SLOW.
Delegato Wilcox's prlVJto secretary,
David Knl.tuoUul.ini. lias stated In
Washington that an effort will be made
during the next Congressional session
to secure a revision of the Chinese Ex
clusion Act that will allow Hawaii to
bilng n limited number of Chinese la-
borers to the feirltorv for the plnntn
tlons. lhat sueh n movement Is con-l.iinl
templatcd Is verified by statements o( I
local ieailcu m tno uusiness worm nuu
ate ti'CI-lng some solution oi me sen
ous problem with willed the leading
Industry Is struggling.
The necessity for more laborers on
our plantations Is not open to nriu
ment. The only question for discussion
It. the character of the labor, how to
get It, and the best policy to.pursuc In
If It Is tho unions Intention to ap
proach Congress with a view to obtain-
lug' exceptions to tho Exclusion Act lnl'f,l;,I will Oiul him nt their service lr
Hawaii's favort the llulletln 01, 'the want to tala eais.
i,'i ,...,.i, in., ,i. I Mr. liu-hes h.is tho cars he is
I1TKU UI.U 111V Utnunilirn Ul lc in.iii
slut. The llulletln believes such a i
eoitrsc will work nn Injury to our malu ,
Industry, by laying It open to adveitc
legislation thnt will more seriously
threaten the main stny r.t the Territory
than the present labor shortage.
Tho llulletln hrlievos the ldantprs
will concur In this view when the stop
to consider' the fortes that will oper
ate at the foi Incoming resslon ol Con
gress; the icvlval of the reciprocity
tiraties. the liictenslng ileinnndb of lv
lior parties, the new beet tugnr fnctor
with the voting power and prejudice
of thousands of fntmtis behind It,
nnd Hnwall's position iiudci tho te
ceul decision of the Supreme Court
lelatlve to now rosscsaionK.
Tho reciprocity plan as a means ol
Indircctlv reducing the tariff Is re
celvlug the serious attention of the nd-iiioon nt 3 o clock, 'lhero wiih n very
ministration. This fact Is brought In-1 largo attendance, nnd cue ceiomonlos
to prominence b Senator Cullom s i attending tho event were of n voiy
statements to the press nftcr n con-' fHTestlng character. u.-v. 11. II.
Terence with the President. What ! ' "''.LT '' t,:rK"- ,1t1"1"f '"
. i. in . ii . ti .. um ..,, spenders were: li K. LI Iknlaiil, Di
reciprocity did for Hawaii in Ml li ,w AL Jnnu,s HnKlH,,0 ,, ,;,,,.,
still frtsh In the minds of men having ;Nan,., Ml3H itntllo Alan presided
tho bsst Interests of the sugar Indus-flt ull. IBim, ,.81UL.S tw singing or
try at heart. Hawaii does not want hymns In ..awauan there) wns n splon
raw or refined sugar placed on the ' did voinl duct uy tho .Misses Julln
free list, and In antagonizing euch a ' lie-Ulna nnd Louisa I'lhl. 1'ouiteoii
liroposltlon will have the support of native children were baptized by Mr.
beet sugar f aimers.
If, however. Ha -
d;s special favors for Oriental ' '1' r(,0,,1' .' -5 l'tte-il. Ik-side
t will alienate this siiiiportj'1;18 ""'T'1, 'V .?""0.Wn". P".V,"l8u''
" '.IhD BliH (ily nt ihn n i n.,t ..III .,.,.
1 n lttt I
:,:.,. ...V. ..:.:":... V:i..r.V.'...i
"""" """'" ' "'"" "- ""Itlinio rrom now on. Tho regular ln.ir
become nn enemy demanding a special lK , viocl. a..,,, .. ,.., roniilllt
duty upon sugars pioduccd by Oriental
lly asking special privileges Hawaii
will lay Itself open to special discrimi
nation unquestionably wltiiln the- pow
ei of Congiess to levy. Hawaii cannot
have tho cake and cat It. 1 ho political
power that will be biought to bear
against such n program Is tremen
dous. No Congiessman can face it
without seriously eudangeilng his heat,
especially nt a time when tho labor or
ganizations aio aroused and tho Con
gressional elections follow close on the
heels of the session work.
It has been shown thnt additional
Chinese labor will be n marked ad
vantage to Hawaii, but nothing has
been offered to prove that a special
clause, In the Exclusion Act favoring
Hawaii will be politic or wise.
Chinese Immigration Is n red rag
that stirs tho Iro of every labor organi
sation In the l'nlted States. Hawaii
lins many Congressional fi lends who
will do all In their power to assist this
Territory but when It romes to decid
ing which petition sliall be granted we
will find tho voters of the Congresslon
nl district, the laborers, and the farm
ers ruling the vote and voice of their
Don't overload Congressional frlenda
b) asking favors tantamount to a ic
quest that friends commit political
suicide. Tlie situation Is n very dell
cato one. Tho discussion should bo
ns free as possible from captious criti
cism, and If Hawaii's best Interests are
to be served wo must view the condi
tions hoie and In Washington ns they
me. not as we would havo them. Ha
waii is a small factor In the political
game of which tho Chinese Exclusion
Act will at tho next session of Congress
play a very Important pari,
SUVA'S 37TH BIRTHDAY
Walliiku. Aug. 17. J. P. Sjlva, luna,
tugar clerk and store keeper for tho
Wnlluku Sugar Company, Is thirty
seven years old today. "Pall," the
uamc by which he Is most favorably
known on Mnul, proposes to give a Llj
Cfleluntlon at his homo below Wnlluku
bililgo this evening In honor of lU
natal day. Nri'one stays away fiom n
luau. for thero nie tome hero who
will tinvel fifty miles to bee a lam, t,o
nil Walliiku will, turn out to gieet Mr.
S)lva and wish him many happy i
tunib of tho day. At this wilting 3
p. in., peoplo are alieady wending tin i
way towards the, sceno of festivities.
She Don't let my lefusal of your
proposal embitter von, Mr. Hlmpklns.
Ho Oh, no. After ull. It Is tome
thing to liavci bun oven rejected by n
Kill who owns a $100 do,?. Detroit
E WnRnr thr- Kal.hi farmer wl.o
was nrtesml S.itunlav on the charge of
ketnltig rabbits on his place nppenr
et ii the l'ollco Unit Ibis forcno
The ii8c was continue I jmtll tomorrow
foienoon at the request f the proiccu.
Wagner nude n partial statement,
und finding that his case would nut
tome up until tomoriow, he did not!
continue. Among other things, he i
United that he hail been In the habit of I
in M"' nt W.V,? (.r ,
I past thirteen jrais nnd tint ho had!
ncrei bem molested until the other I
day after some persons had set up a j
howl In order to (111 space In a morning
paper whlih had run thoit of legiti
Wagner went on to say that ho had
no ci- sold a single rnbbtt during all!
the time he had been 'n the habit of
keeping the animals at his place. Ho
had. It Is true, stewed a number, bull
he could not see how ho was doing
nn.Mhlng against the law by following
the dictates of his palate In the matter,
Judge Wilcox read the law In tho
premises In which It slates thnt a man
must not keep labblts for breeding
purposes nnd then, turning oer a page
he read a section which stntes that n'
man may have such animals nt his I
plnce provided he keeps them In con I
flnement, which Mr. Wagner clilnis,
ho linn done. The case promises to be
an Interesting one from two or three
Afferent standi olnts. It Is understood
.,,, rrnnrtpr uhn went In w...
llCr's placo and got up the scare will
U2 nniong the witness's.
J. A. Hughes, master ear builder nt
tho Oaliu Hallway and jjind Com
pany's shops, han notified the1 xlslllns
planters that lie has on hand several
types of plnntntlon cars, which ho vvl I
tako pleasuie- In showing.
Mr. Hughes Is piese-nt at the shopt
nil tlie tune, nnd nny planters tnU't
inn 111' n tiiilln Iti-inn l u.
-..... .,.,,,, .,,.' ,.,, ,',,,
Biipor.or to most Hint ure nnvvMii u
uc Benks or nn nmomntle louploi-.
patented In the States nnd modified
bv himself tin plantation uso. 1 his l
nicile- of ateel and Is n llli r.ivor and
a atliiui i jnver. Theie nio no ilnl.H
. ..i.j a,. v.. . VVK.II,
nins ic ilron out In the milt and
ceu.ee tioubie. The eoapler pel ml b
ens to turn very sharp curvo.. ut-il
no tumble !, evperienced wltli cais
Tht-i- ntc rn.iv other points which
Mr HugucM will describe Hilly to all
AT KAMOILEILI CHAPHL.
The dedication of the old .avval.'
hao Cliure.i orgnn In tho chapel at
lvamollllll took place tlundny nftcv-
A collection wns taken and
"1 ho s-rvles nt tho ehapel will con
the set vices nt the- chapel.
ftUAT CARVER IttLHASCD.
Wnlluku. Aug. 17. One P. .Johnny,
ch.iiged with nssault with a d?i!!y
vviapon, namely a butcher's cleave-, on
t!io pel son of A. T. Hagcnknmp, man
uger of the Maul hotel, was dlscharg!
fiom custody on tho IStli Inst, by
Judge Knllelmu. Tho general opinion
or the people heic Is very much ngalim:
thu decision of tho Ju Ige wh'm it U
claimed was biased In Uvor of the de
fendant. The decision Is not regarded
as In accordance with the facts In the
ease, as this Is tie second offense of
the defendant having driven tho fouutr
manager fiom tho kitchen with a
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 59x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OPPICE LANE.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIKXHIQUES, PJtOP.
Horses and Carrlnges
For Bxcursl ns
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
PER THE COUNT RY.
Can luges meet tho S. fi. Mauna Loa
it Kallua anil take passengers overland
to lloukenu. wkuu tin- steamer Is met
1 (JO In.
HCIAL ATTENTION TO
art cents, it tlie
Hawaiian Hold Darker Shop.
PROTECT YOUR CLOTHING.
OOOD FORM TROUSKIl IIANGCRK
THE HAVOItlTK SHIRT HANGER
GOOD POUM COAT IIANGEIt ....
8IIELH HARS AND CLOSET LOOPS
These were bought direct from the manufact
ure., and our prices are marked accordingly.
Lc Potion Lliii)el Glue. In packagts to suit.
Pcnthci DimtcrH, fresh from the factory
pf the RUSSlX CE.MENT COMPANY.
.... StnncttV Toolrt ....
LARGE INVOICES OP NEW GOODS
Pacific Hardware Co., m
One Style Out oi Many
i Jibuti a
u i i r.. iv
L M KM
m I .f. -7Z. TktfTI -ICl- !.
of a new
UP - TO
Stylish, roomy and comfortable.
St'andjrd Goods. None Better.
SCHUMAN'S CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
MERCHANT ST., BET. FORT AMD ALAKEA.
TEL. MAIN so;. l O. BOX C6jU
I2 MERCHANT ST.
NEXT DOOR TO STANGENWALD BID.
Two Seated Wagons....
llciivy HurneKH, Svvciit I'ikIh, CooIci-h, HouHtngs, llnltci-H,
Cm-i-infic MntH, Lniii8, Hi-ukIich, SUN SHADES, CoIIiii-h,
WhlpH, Ln RoheK, lite, lite, tttitttttttii
Anybody wishing second-hanJ carriages
will do well by consulting us, : :
GOODS PERSONALLY SELECTED BY C. P. HERRICK ON HIS
RECENT TRIP EAST.
Columbus t$u,y Co.
Gold Medal, Parts E.roslllcns 1900.
John A. Hu&fiin&c.p
Anent to r;rant M irrl.ige Lken'es and
Grneril QusIiksj Ai;ent.
Office. Mclnerny Block .-wxttoC. I. Filk
. ct i.
Si 30.CO .tnil upward
J. A McKerron
UNE HORSE BOOTS
Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900.
OVbTKU AND CHOP IIOUKli.
i.iincli mid Dlnnvr n bpoclalty.
HOTLL STHLtT, nejr Nulsiu, rtit dooi to e4d)
H in't "Eikum" itnHiiD
- LfVl - fl
3 Pr H
Rr-vv)le 1-0 1" TaB
JrWm 5 "V-1 UWO
- "W. ' AH . .
3 Your Choice
3 Of - Artistic
Your Pockct',lrert- will receive prompt attention.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS
Come one anj all whether
you wish to buy or not.
Between Merchant and Queen.
Tel. Alnln Hf8. P. O. B 8118
An artlc'e whlih has steoj severe
test-. itiJ w hkh can be furnished
as wanted, In rooJ condition.
Sample can be seen
at the star: of
Lewers & Cooke.
HENRY ST. GCAR.
AtumbcrK Stock mul Homl
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
cliaso and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks em
403 Cnllfornln St..
Sun Fninclwco, Cnl.
W. C..ACHI& CO
Brokers & Dealers
We will Uuy or Sell Ileal Estate li
all parts ot the group.
Wo will Sell Properties ou Reason
OFFICE. 10 West King Strp i
233 MERCHANT STREET.
KOH SALE: ,
Property In Town and Suburbs, nnd
HOUSES TO LET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BCD BR0KE1
REAL ESTATE AND
A. J. Campbell,
Stocli nnd Homl Iti-uLci'.
Member of Honolnlu Stock Exchangi
'Jllleo Quocn Street, Opposlto Unloi
Finn .lol Piiutiii nt tho liul
Architects, Contractors and Bulldet.
Edward R. Swain,
ITANOE-eWAlU DID ,
V. HOFFVIANN. J F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
OtNEHAL CONTRACTORS '
Fttlmale Furnlshf i.
I'. O. Dot ifo
Oco. V. l'age. Tel. 229
P. W. Ileardslee. 1'. O. IJox 778
BBARD6LEE tr PAGE
tchitect & BuifdepM
Office, Hooms 2-4, Arlington Annex.
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches nnd Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice. 1141
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen Sr Robinson,
Queen Sticct, Honolulu.
P .STRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attend" 1 to.
1. K BBRTBLMAN'S
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left nt either shop
or offlca nt John Nott's store. Klnu
W. H. THONE. Preprletor.
RING UH THK. .
Livery, Boarding: and
Sales Stables, : : :
: : : : 618 FORT STREET.
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hack Stand 'Fhonna, S19 and 71
c. h nF.u.rJA.
Drays Tor Freight
Our representative mtets all Incom
ing steamers from tbe Coust, and we
check baggage on all outgoing steam
ers. WbltJ and Black Sand For Sal?
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210
King street Tel. SC.
W, LflRSEH, B'j'r.
FOR BALLAST !!
( White and Black Sand
( In Quantities to Suit....,
EXCAVATING - CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnished by tho Day on
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant Street, With Coast Teed Co.
k. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White 1221. P. O. Box 552.
Sawlnfj, PlanlnR, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In la'ce or small
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINLERS AND : : : 1
I'linj nl eillmilet lurnlthtj lor all clmei
ROOM joo. IIOSTON BLOCK, HONOIULL'
New Map of Oahu.
Cooirl J fiom Govcrrir.Rt Surve) anj Charts,
Mir. of Suttr Plum. Hunt, klli, and Olhei
Kellibl. Sourcn. THE map li jUxii inches,
with rtlilc colcrlngt and rival tnoi.ntlrs. m4k
Inc very useful at well a. brnamvn'al wall map
THE t-UICE OF THE MAI' IS $.0 u.. CcpltS can
JAS. T TAYLOR
P.O. Uoitw toA Judi HuMJInc H'nr.lulutT. H.
or HAWAIIAN NLWS (.0 , LI tl
Honolnlu Iron Works.
Improved nnd modern SUGAIt MA
CHINEKY of cveiy capacity and de
scription mndo to order. Duller work
and IUVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular attor
tlon paid to JOH ;oilK, and icpalri
executed at shortest notlro
'TLL. MAIN 01.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroldtry and Staniplnc.
Full line of Art Materials : : .
Art Embroidery fyujdit : ; :
Love Building, Fort Street